Manitoba has a lot of water. Like a lot. There are over 100,000 lakes and waterways in this province. What better way to enjoy all this watery goodness than from a boat? Here is a variety of options to get you on a boat this summer.
Header photo: Kyle Schappert If you love long drives and equally adore dining out, we suggest combining your two loves and make an outing of it. Whether you live in the north, south, east or west, there’s some good grub just a drive away. Here are 14 dinner destinations we think are worth the drive.
Manitoba may have two national parks, but only one of them is accessible all year round. With the fall colours beginning to make an appearance, transforming the landscape from lush greens to golden yellows, deep reds and rich, toasty orange hues, now is as good a time as any to find yourself in
Pride in Manitoba has come a long way since Winnipeg’s first march in 1987. Now, cities and towns across the province host parades and events for the LGBTQ* community and their allies. The newest addition to the list is Riding Mountain National Park’s Pride Week, six days of fun and festivities in
I’m guilty of avoiding winter, especially since my kids are young and getting them outdoors can be a lot of work. I know the season can be magical, but rarely do I take time to discover it. To remedy that, I packed up the kids and hit the road. Our mission: make indelible family memories in Riding
It’s about that time of the year when we should all be appreciating our amazing country a little bit more than usual – which happens to be quite easy to do in Manitoba, the heart of Canada’s prairies, and where Canada’s Heart…Beats. There are plenty of ways to celebrate this special day and keep the
Written by Michel LaRivière If you’re thinking of taking a trip to Riding Mountain National Park with your family this year, you should definitely consider staying at the Elkhorn Resort Spa and Conference Centre. The last time I stayed at the Elkhorn Resort was a few years ago and I was very eager
In the heart of Riding Mountain National Park, lies the comforting calm of Wasagaming, a charming, easy-going lake town chock-full of friendly folk and lovely places. It’s a great haven for those who like to chill and relax on a beach all day and those who would prefer spending an endless amount of
Your next summer vacation is Found in Canada, and more specifically, in the best province ever. Okay, we might be a bit biased, but Manitoba is home to polar bears, beluga whales and 100,000 lakes. If that doesn’t entice you enough, our summers are also filled to the brim with festivals, fishing
Is there anything that better awakens our senses to the summer months than the fresh smell of flowers in bloom? Whether you are an avid gardener or just wear the occasional floral crown at one of summer’s festivals, it’s time to appreciate the lush beauty of Manitoba. Take a tour to see the